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Expending Earnings of IFAs & Reach of Mutual Funds in Remote Areas of our Country

Business Standard Smart Business in association with ICAA, in Barddhaman on September 29, 2016.

Expending Earnings of IFAs & Reach of Mutual Funds in Remote Areas of our Country
(from left to right) Rana Basu (Senior VP, UTI AMC), Saibal Banerjee (VP & Regional Head – East, DHFL Pramerica), Romit Barat, Regional Head – East, Motilal Oswal AMC) & Gaurang Ganeriwal (Regional Head – WB & NE, ICICI Prudential AMC) at Business Standard Smart Business in Barddhaman on September 29, 2016, in association with ICAA.

At the recently-held Business Standard Smart Business seminar on ‘Expending of IFAs & Reach of in Remote Areas of our

Country’, organized in association with ICAA (Independent Consultants and Advisors Association) in Bardhhaman, the speakers discussed ways to

increase the penetration of mutual fund products across Eastern India.
The speakers were unanimous in their view that mutual fund distributors needed to spread out to more locations, and that investor awareness

programmes were critical to bring in informed investors into mutual fund
Gaurang Ganeriwal, Regional Head – WB & NE, ICICI Prudential AMC, called for to expand the branch network and advocated the use of

digital technology in remote areas.
Romit Barat, Regional Head – East, Motilal Oswal AMC, said that ignorance of equity investing was one of the key reasons for under-penetration

of in rural India. “Investor education about equity investing is necessary for greater participation of investors from rural

India,” he said.
Goutam Karmakar, General Secretary, ICAA, reiterated ICAA’s commitment to empower distributors with training and learning initiatives on the

latest tools and techniques.
Rana Basu, Senior VP, UTI AMC, informed the gathering about his company’s efforts to work closely with the distributor community to

consolidate the mutual fund business across the country.
Saibal Banerjee, VP & Regional Head – East, DHFL Pramerica, also spoke on the occasion.
More than 150 financial advisors and mutual fund distributors from across Bengal attended the programme.

(This story has not been created or edited by Business Standard editorial staff.)

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Expending Earnings of IFAs & Reach of Mutual Funds in Remote Areas of our Country

Business Standard Smart Business in association with ICAA, in Barddhaman on September 29, 2016.

Business Standard Smart Business in association with ICAA, in Barddhaman on September 29, 2016.
At the recently-held Business Standard Smart Business seminar on ‘Expending of IFAs & Reach of in Remote Areas of our

Country’, organized in association with ICAA (Independent Consultants and Advisors Association) in Bardhhaman, the speakers discussed ways to

increase the penetration of mutual fund products across Eastern India.
The speakers were unanimous in their view that mutual fund distributors needed to spread out to more locations, and that investor awareness

programmes were critical to bring in informed investors into mutual fund
Gaurang Ganeriwal, Regional Head – WB & NE, ICICI Prudential AMC, called for to expand the branch network and advocated the use of

digital technology in remote areas.
Romit Barat, Regional Head – East, Motilal Oswal AMC, said that ignorance of equity investing was one of the key reasons for under-penetration

of in rural India. “Investor education about equity investing is necessary for greater participation of investors from rural

India,” he said.
Goutam Karmakar, General Secretary, ICAA, reiterated ICAA’s commitment to empower distributors with training and learning initiatives on the

latest tools and techniques.
Rana Basu, Senior VP, UTI AMC, informed the gathering about his company’s efforts to work closely with the distributor community to

consolidate the mutual fund business across the country.
Saibal Banerjee, VP & Regional Head – East, DHFL Pramerica, also spoke on the occasion.
More than 150 financial advisors and mutual fund distributors from across Bengal attended the programme.

(This story has not been created or edited by Business Standard editorial staff.)

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Expending Earnings of IFAs & Reach of Mutual Funds in Remote Areas of our Country

Business Standard Smart Business in association with ICAA, in Barddhaman on September 29, 2016.

At the recently-held Business Standard Smart Business seminar on ‘Expending of IFAs & Reach of in Remote Areas of our

Country’, organized in association with ICAA (Independent Consultants and Advisors Association) in Bardhhaman, the speakers discussed ways to

increase the penetration of mutual fund products across Eastern India.
The speakers were unanimous in their view that mutual fund distributors needed to spread out to more locations, and that investor awareness

programmes were critical to bring in informed investors into mutual fund
Gaurang Ganeriwal, Regional Head – WB & NE, ICICI Prudential AMC, called for to expand the branch network and advocated the use of

digital technology in remote areas.
Romit Barat, Regional Head – East, Motilal Oswal AMC, said that ignorance of equity investing was one of the key reasons for under-penetration

of in rural India. “Investor education about equity investing is necessary for greater participation of investors from rural

India,” he said.
Goutam Karmakar, General Secretary, ICAA, reiterated ICAA’s commitment to empower distributors with training and learning initiatives on the

latest tools and techniques.
Rana Basu, Senior VP, UTI AMC, informed the gathering about his company’s efforts to work closely with the distributor community to

consolidate the mutual fund business across the country.
Saibal Banerjee, VP & Regional Head – East, DHFL Pramerica, also spoke on the occasion.
More than 150 financial advisors and mutual fund distributors from across Bengal attended the programme.

(This story has not been created or edited by Business Standard editorial staff.)

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